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A GOOD PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

' ' A GOOD PRICE. in a report of . the Wellington horse sale, an exchange says: 'A particular ly' handsome bay mare was sent into the ring on account of Messrs. John and Joseph Pratley, of Bathurst,1 and it \vns- at once recoguisedv that Messrs. Keenan's Bros.' honor of - 'bell-ringers'', was- in danger. Right away the bid ding went briskly, starting off at uait a century, and running up by Jeaps and bounds toi J27S, called by 'Mr.' -3 Angus,, of iiear 'Cardington.' wh.0 se cured. her at that figure amidst a scene of excejitlonal excitement and a suc cession of enthusiastic cheers for Messrs. Pratley Bros., i.fr. Angus, and Harry Taylor. Mr. .I-Iillie Ivoenan ac cepted second honors as only a real good 'sport knows how by congratulat ing the Pratley boys 011 their accom plishment. Unless this great' price is beaten, Messrs. J. and J. Pratley .will become entitled to the fine gold medal which Messrs. Bedford and Taylor arc giving for tlie vendor of the highest priced draught.' /

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

Pwr IitHo fellow^ Ho coughs bo hard he cannot sloop. That makes him weak and sickly all the next day. Kis brother thinks this coughing is terrible. So do we, for we know that just a fev; doses of Hhemi ffeeioml will stop the cough.- For sixtyyears it has been the standard remedy with men, women, and children for colds, coughs, and all throat and lungdiseases. It contains no nar cotic or poison of any kind. Be sure that you get Ayer's Oherry Pec toral. Accept no cheap and worth less substitute. Prepared by Dr. ]. C. Ayor &Co„ Lowell. f,1as».. U. S. A. 'PUfl7MTY ?f liUjiUA ASSURANCE CO.. Limited jistiblisltid 1782. JOt'Ab A.-SSTJ.'S ............. .£7, ()I|!I..'J() : C i.i A ' .M.S. . P A r D HXCHHC ? X4+,OOO.on Pirt- -Accident I Kmpliivor.s' Lii.ibilifcy. Poi'hoh.'iI 4cc uent, Wnto (ilnas, Public lliskt j / . - Burglary, Fj^.Uty Guarantee. IfU03PB07?(JSB3 may lie hau oil apiili cation to _ . ' tremain bios. l.OCAL AG-iCN'i's FOR, BATHURST \ W: A. f^cLEAN, | 325 liDSSELL-STHEEX...

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PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

PRESENTATION. On . Tueifflay'-'ni^lit- the.'menthe'rs iof S.. Barnabas' Choir, South Bathurst,: het-. a social In the School Hall, and a merry time was spent. Occasion was taken to present Mr. ip.'W.' Appelby, choirmaster, with ? aji:- en- larged copy of the ? Cathedral psalter, hymn book,' and a baton. Canon Thompson, . the rector, In making the ?^presentation, spDkc culogtatically - ot Mr. Appleby's work in the choir, ami said the gifts were from tie members as -a mark of appreciation. Mr. Apn'e -by, who was greeted with appiouse, suitably resppnded, and said li'.s -work was a labor of Hove, and he trusted that the members wouU'i continue to do all they could for the advance-' yment. of the choir- and ^church work. Several musicaJ items were icnderei anil after partaking of refreshments, Jtindly provided l-y the ladles, the compc my «'isp«rse-f!. .

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LONDON WOOL SALES. London, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

LONDON WOOL SALES. London, Wednesday. At the wool sales last evening, busi uess was briBk and at fuU lato ratos.

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POTATO BLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

? POTATO BLIGHT. Tlje fol.'ou Ing sound advice has been issued by the Victorian Dei.artmsLc f Agriculture to potato gtoiver. J- lar.t this seasou'sj ci op on la*d v/hich was not used for potatoei last ;ear; use no seed unless yarn know where it has been 'grown; before cutt ing place all seed ' potatoes In a bag uikd SOaJt for two fhnms In' n qo'itiIo.i of formalia. lib au^' water. 32 gaUons; cut : all se&-, an.tl look for. any small patches':'. on the,, surface, which..: are. slightly depressed, or which are sdft or- than..tnic rest of: the potato, . anil cut; through 'them, when if dlscoloti'. . cd the' potato should be rejected- as feed, and toc'ilud before ie'oding .to rigs. * ? '.

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Federal Parliament. Melbourne, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

Federal Parliament. Melbourno, Wednesday. 1'n tho Senate, tho Prosk'V'nt adjooirn od! tho meeting until tho evening, in icorfyjiiuence oil 1I10 'Parliamentary earden party to the Lii.imuer of Com merce delegates. In the evening Senator De Largie moved his motion of protest, which was defeated by IS -tcr 11. Tiie Elcctorail Bill was considered in Committee the remainder of the sitt:ng. - , , l.w the I-Iouse of Repiv.si'.nta lives, Si« John Ouick, in repiv te Dr. Liil del, said that it was against tin1 policy of the Postal Department to place public telephones in hotels. ?Mr, Deakin, in reply to Mr. Living stone, said that it was unnecessary, to import an expert from Euroi o to in quire into the Irish Blight, as there were several experts in Australia The fabate on tlie Constitution Amenkl'mciit Bill was continue-!; Messrs .Wynne, Wise, and Willis ad vocating limitation of ' time,, Mr. Foster supporting the Bill. The debate was adjourned, and the House rose.

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POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

: POLICE COURT. \riuiani Mutton, 31, a dealer, ap ;iDai;ed at the Bathurst Police Court-] jjsterday, 011 a charge of drunkenness1 In llowick-street, on Tuesday . last. Ko ,Was further charged with usiug ?i-rofana language in Wl. Hum-street on | t je jsame. date.' For the ilrst offeiico 'l;B-\yas lined lCs, or three days'' ininrl ttj'niheiit - and . for the second 2i)s, ? or !;i. default -7' days in gaol.. Both: fines vvare paid. James Constable pleaded G'.tiity to committing a nuisance in a. ? railway carriage at Bathurst . on : tho TMy Inst., and was . lined- 20s, or, the alternative of 7 days' Imprisohment. lie V so paid the fine.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

Blood poison resulting from smafi wounds is becoming more prevalent Even so slight an injury as the scratch of a pin wiil sometimes cause blood/ poisoning. The safe way is to apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm as snon as the injury has been received. That lini ment prevents all danger of blood pois oning and causes the injury to heal in about one-third tihe time required by; the usual treatment. For sale bj, I i l&dgltK Md Co. . . .. .

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FORBES DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

FORBES DISTRICT. The Forbes* Stock Inspector, Mr. W. G. Dowling, who had- Just return ed from a tour through '[the -Forbes district stated, that stock, was In good condltton everywhere. The: grass along the river flaw was in . places two feet high'. ? He' recommenced that trefoil, 'b'arley grass, crowsCoot and. thistles wcnild. make spfendW ensil age. The wtlieat crops throughout the country were looking magnificent . and the crops} which, wore- eaten off ty the stock a. short'- time hack, promised to give the best lesulr.-:. Ilio shearing was , progressing very slowly. Shearers . were s'caice and . mnny owners have, to wait till theJ Northern ? sheds are; ' cut -ou t ,hefor«.J they will he able to* shear. ?

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The Competitions. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

The Competi.ions. . The committee of our .Musical and Literary Competitions, to be held ii: Bathurst in November, give promts j I of being a very pronouuced success, j The prizes are very numerous, and ai'j still being added to. . We may safely j leave-lall ''the arrangement^ for tlie car rying' oht'of the musical and literary I programmes lu the hands lot the com! Vy5' uuve tiic uwiuus Ui, l their Augers' ends, and there is an I earnest desire to do things which au- ' gurs well for tile, success of tho enter- , tainmencs. There is one matter, how- I ever, which, although it doef not com~ | .within the proper scope, ot the com- 1 mittee, might well have their atten tion. Several hundreds of visitor:; will be attracted to Bathurst during competition week. We want thosv i people to enjoy themselves. We waiu j them to enjoy the beaut. l'ul elimato aud scenery of Bathurst, but, we do not want them to be uncomfortably housed, an'.* ill-fed. it is. somebody'u. .business) to attend to this...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Yesterday being St. Michael and AU Angels' Day, the Bishop hiisei ? 10 th« office of the priesthood in Si, Luke's Chapel, Bishop's Court; the -Rev. Reu ben Coverdale. He has. been for ma ny nears associated with the -Brother- hood of the Goiod Shepherd, and is now the Rector of Coonabarabrau. The following clergy ? were present, and took part in the service: Archdeacon Oakes, .Canon Thompson, .Rev. F. J. Harris, Rev. A. G. Cress well aiid Rev. A. M. Levick, The Very Rev.'' Dean .Marriott was invited, but was unable to attend.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

JuElte j§.atluu*sf Stints. j IKURSIMV, SE!' I'. 30, 1909. |

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MOLONG DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

MOLONG DISTRICT..' .'. I After a trip through Alcetown, Peak Hill, Coradgery, and Cunluock, tlie , Molong Stock Inspector, Mr. E. G. Finch reports that the crops are look ing splendid, and are really a magni ficent sight. Some are already burst ing into ear. He states that there is also a luxuriant growth of grass and crowfoot, tho latter being over two feet in height. He noticed that iiolders were getting ready for a. dry. reason by conserving. An increase in rabbits was very noticeable, particu -iary young ones.

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Cable Rates. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

Cable Rates. The 'Stock and Station Journal'' asks why the daily papers gave so little report of the discussion of cable rates which took place at the meeting of Chamber of Comuurei' pnd says: 'For tlie very simple reason that a re duction of cable rui.es to a reasonable basis would mean the starting of more daily papers in Australia, and the ex isting dailies object to that, very na turally. if wo had cheap cables, men cotrid start daily papers, and beat the existing ones out of the field, so It is to the interest of the existing daily papers to.kpep the thing quiet. We want cheap cables, ( cheap, railways, cheap means of ' 'intercommunication -pry part of th4 Empire, from ? I 'to''tfie' utmost circumfer iveiiyman who tries to pre s an enemy to the State, t able to see this, but it :id the seif-lnterest of a ...oie prevents the consumma tion of 'tills great . principle, but it is l.-ouiW.' to conic.'

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MUDGEE [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

MimmriTTi ' - Mi'. F. W. AVhyte, tho , Mudgae, stock inspector, aftpr returning!; from :a. /trip through the Northern end of the Mud gee District, reported that the country was looking at its best. Grass 'and herbage were growing wonderfully, aUU aS a VUllSUtlUUHUU ill. .SIUIH (.O in prime condition. . . Owing to trap ping operations having' ceased for tils'' season, the rabbits were on the in-, crease. The lambing promised to be only fair, and flies were very trouble some among lambing ewes. ?r ?

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Local and General SPRING SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

Local and General SPRING SHOW. The entries for the compctl:ion ( vents for the Spring Show at Bith vrst eilose with the Secretary on Sat urday next; October 2nt'. '

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The Dreadnought Fund. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

I The Dreadnought Fund. The Lord Mayor o£ Sydney has forwarded tihe faljlawting letter co chairman of the local Dreadnought Fund:— Town Hall, Sydney, N.S.W. 27th September, 1909. Dear Sir, — I have noticed fey tho press the sjilend.d progress you: hara been mailtlng in your district with tho '?Dreadnought l'\ind,' that jou wo a [ l-atrloitic enough to establish as ?auxiliary to the central fund here. | Sjince the Fund was started tji.e whefis point of view has been dhanged, and as Australia has decided to start a iNavy 01; her own she will not now! present a Dreaidtioug!ht to the Home- i ianc. After careful thought it was de- ! cided by, my Committee to recom- j inend that the Fund raised?] for Im perial needs ba devote® to linptrruail purposes:— (a) A Naval Ccdiego for training of Officers for the Australian Nary, which will relieve the »rmsh Warships. (h) Dreadnougiht far/as for the train ing of British emigrants lit agricultural methods to relieve Britain of her surplus f.opu'ati...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

/! I . I | /J 'tAjesTy THf. k,H M I LEAmdPERRINS' j Worcestershire I I THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE . I If ABRAHAM S PILLS! - / IPURELY VEGETABLE.) / I Stmova ? ?h» Gnat Blood \ \ URIC ACID, Purifier and - the cause of ? iwrr) TfHUlf ( LIVER &KIDHEY MS^St \ ! trouble, %$t£k ?» CTEKS \ I BRICHT'S DISEASE img IHDICESTIOH, \ gout. BILUDUSHESS, I ( RHEUMATISM, CIDD.HESS, S &, DYSPEPSIA. i \ ____________ -*? ' ~~ 7*xV_ . ? . J ( 5vm Safe Remedy for Ladies. Sold Everywhere. ( ' / / SOLE PROPRIETOR : t [ j J. S. ABRAHAM, £^5 'y*SIS5 | . ? b I a SBFER HMD I BETTER ©EI LING. I | I ? ? Something Different — something Better 1 j | L y»^J~D E;jN- than the old type. The Wunderlich em- 1 | l' /P bossed metal ceilings, designed and exe- I i I A Mr k'S\ cuted by experts, are an improvement in I « j I . §J y A $ B 1 every respect. They are Fire, Dust, and j .- \ a ff ' J Vermin proof, as suitable for Country or ^ ' ! \ t. ''i-/ 'or anc' can ',e installed without \ ^ ? VON S' difficu...

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GRAIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

GRAIN REPORT. ' Winchcombe Carson and Co.'s Grain Itoport, as follows: — \\Ticat — In old wheat . there is very little business doing as in the ab sence of 01* ieis for. flour millers will not 'opferate, ' and although it. is re cognised that but light, stocks of wtheat are; held!.., in tho- .country , stocks of flour are fairly heavy, and unless there is a more extensive demand fi,i rresh flour from the nil1, irs i* is just prdbablo that they will bo able to hold off the market until the new ,erop is available For, UCrt \rflxeat muyers are not as yat prepafed to operate at tho prices demanded by farmers, and for the time being busi ness lis at a standstill. OK« wheat is selling to 4b lOd and now wheat ia heWI for 3s lid to 3s ll%a. Oats. — Stagnation still prevails, in the market for this g'ain, and there does not appear to be any elgti of im provement. Algeriansi selling at from Is 9d to, 2s 2d, and white to Ss 6d per busfliel. Maize.— Lighter arrrvaM nr« rMtii»» siblo for a firme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bathurst Times — 30 September 1909

AUBURN, VIC. William Lewis, 39 'Victoria-road, Auburn, Melbourne, Vic., writes:— 'We have found Dir. Sheidons' New Discov ery works wonders with our chi-lren. During the cold, winter months wt would not consider it r.a^e i-.- bo wite j put It.' , Dr. Sheddon's New Ltlsoovery ror Coughs and Coldis is an unequflJied preparation for tihe cure of all CheGt Complaints and Lung Troubles. Price, Is 6d and 3s per bottle. l?or sale everywhere.

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